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SE Sey stroke.
selge his side shall wound;
Le Sazze thou hast broke,
at our College Gates did cry,
Ny were not stat sace Tom did die!'
I urge is to the City,
swer by Carix bell!
About time, or pity,
We all in haste drink off our wine,
Is larger now than that before.
Release this tongue! which erst could say,
So thou, of Order shalt be Founder;
Then let him raisèd be from ground,
TO EIS ZURTHY FRIEND AND
I CHARGE thee, by those eyes of thine,
These eyes that stole it out of mine;
And lest the theft you should deny:
And now I have espied it there.
You chain and wind it in your Hair!
And so, get loose from thence, it flies,
Though now to cozen me you seek,
Yet in the Emple of your Cheek
How now! Discovered; it doth skip
Yes! Yes! I see it, stealing, go
Through the long gallery of snow;
How! You have shuffled it between
See! See! I see it creeping in (Near you, I fear!)
Through the small crannies of your skin,
As if that veil could cozen me!
But if not eye, nor hair, nor cheeks,
AT Stool Ball, LUCIA, let us play
Or for a tansy let us pay;
The loss be thine, or mine!
If thou, my Dear! a winner be
But if, my Sweetest! I shall get,
Then I desire but this
That likewise I may pay the bet;
THE QUEEN OF FAIRIES.
COME, follow, follow me!
Hand in hand, let's dance a round!
For this place is fairy ground.
When mortals are at rest,
Through keyholes we do glide !
And if the house be foul; Or platter, dish, or bowl: Upstairs we nimbly creep, And find the Sluts asleep;
There, we pinch their arms and thighs!
None escapes; nor none espies!
But if the house be swept,